Indie Film venues of the Bay areaApril 1st, 2003 | Caitlin Roper
In her review of Phil Kaufmans 1978 remake of The Invasion of the Body Snatchers, legendary film critic Pauline Kael wrote, The story is set in San Francisco, which is the ideally right setting, because of the citys traditional hospitality to artists and eccentrics. This hospitality extends to movie venues.
From our billboard last year we were invited on a few conservative radio talk shows, which really surprised us, says the Käthe Kollwitz of the Guerrilla Girls, an anonymous feminist arts agitation group. But we learned something really interestingthe only thing ultra-conservatives hate more than feminism is the film industry! So theyre our new best friends!
What is Film Movement?
We’re a company that matches consumers with deserving filmmakers. We do this in two ways: through theatrical releases and by combining them with a subscription-based service so that people everywhere in the United States and ultimately Canada can get access to the same films as people in New York City, Chicago, or Los Angeles.
"I wanted to create a platform for people who are educated, sophisticated, and culturally connected no matter where they live"April 1st, 2003 | Jason Guerrasio
What is Film Movement?
Forum Addresses TV Deregulation IssuesApril 1st, 2003 | Charlie Sweitzer
What do a former president of the Screen Actors Guild, the host of a long-running Harlem public access show, vice presidents at Fox and CBS, and Federal Communications Commission chairman Michael Powell have in common?
For almost every independent film its first exhibition space will be a festival screening room.
New Technology Meets Old IndustryApril 1st, 2003 | Ernesto Martinez
There is a tremendous and silent battle being fought these days, the effects of which could create a culture (locally, nationally, and globally) that is completely beholden to the media giants, even more so than the present.
Be careful when and how you show unfinished work, the Documentary Doc advisesApril 1st, 2003 | Fernanda Rossi
Dear Doc Doctor: I have a fifteen minute cut of a one-hour documentary, and the editor and I are not sure about the main storyline and characters. Should I have a test screening? How many should I have?